2024 Hall of Fame Dinner

Reno Livestock Events Center Indoor Arena 1350 North Wells Avenue, Reno, NV, United States

The Reno Rodeo Association will honor legendary cowboys and cowgirls at the 2024 Hall of Fame celebration dinner on Saturday, March 9 at the Reno Livestock Events Center. Doors open at 5 p.m. “This event is a great opportunity to delve into the rich history and tradition of the Reno Rodeo while networking with the

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Miss Reno Rodeo Pageant

Reno, NV, United States

The 2025 Miss Reno Rodeo pageant is right around the corner. Details will be available soon.  

Bull Riding

Reno Livestock Event Center Outdoor Arena 1350 N Wells Avenue, Reno, NV, United States

Unlike the other rough stock contestants, bull riders are not required to spur. No wonder. It's usually impressive enough just to remain seated for eight seconds on an animal that may weigh more than a ton and is as quick as he is big. Upper body control and strong legs are essential to riding bulls.

Bareback

Reno Livestock Event Center Outdoor Arena 1350 N Wells Avenue, Reno, NV, United States

A bareback rider begins his ride with his feet placed above the break of the horse's shoulder: If the cowboy's feet are not in the correct position when the horse hits the ground on its first jump out of the chute, the cowboy has failed to "mark out" the horse properly and is disqualified. Throughout

Saddle Bronc

Reno Livestock Event Center Outdoor Arena 1350 N Wells Avenue, Reno, NV, United States

Model spurring action begins with the rider's feet far forward on the bronc's point of shoulder, sweeping to the back of the saddle, or "cantle," as the horse bucks. The rider then snaps his feet back to the horse's neck a split second before the animal's front feet hit the ground. Other factors considered in

Steer Wrestling

Reno Livestock Event Center Outdoor Arena 1350 N Wells Avenue, Reno, NV, United States

The steer wrestler on horseback starts behind a barrier and begins his chase after the steer has been given a head start. If the bulldogger leaves too soon and breaks the barrier, he receives a 10-second penalty. The steer wrestler is assisted by a hazer, another cowboy on horseback tasked with keeping the steer running

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